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Mike Lissner was appointed to the SCC Board of Trustees at the Aug. 31 meeting, filling William Pundmann’s seat. Pundmann was reelected in 2018 to a six-year term but stepped down from the Board in June. Lissner will serve until the next election of the SCC Board of Trustees in April 2022.
“St. Charles Community College provides the type of education that leads to growth and success for people living in our community, including our employees and clients,” said Lissner. “I’m honored to contribute to the SCC Board of Trustees and help move the college forward.”
Lissner is a founding partner at Acropolis Investment Management, a fee-only wealth management firm. Prior to joining Acropolis, he spent 13 years in the advanced technology and financial services areas at Accenture. Lissner has served as a member of the SCC Foundation Board for 15 years. He lives in Lake St. Louis, Mo., and has two adult children, Luke and Guinevere.
“Learning and education, particularly for the underprivileged and disadvantaged, are a passion of mine,” explained Lissner. “I believe in the power of education to transform lives. I consider employability as an important aspect of education. I am an ardent supporter of both STEM and career-technical programs.”
Lissner received his BSBA in Computer Science from the University of Missouri-Columbia and currently has his Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certifications. He is very active in the Entrepreneurs Organization (EO), a peer-to-peer learning organization for business owners. Additionally, Lissner is a member of the Exit Planning Institute (EPI), an organization that helps business owners better run their business and prepare for the eventual transition out of their business on their terms.